Category: White Papers

Sources & Methods: Enterprise Edition — The Role and Value of Community-Sourced Intelligence In Safety and Security Risk Management

Today, LiveSafe is releasing Sources & Methods: Enterprise Edition — The Role and Value of Community-Sourced Intelligence In Safety and Security Risk Management, to help safety and security risk managers across all industries plan for, develop, execute, and maintain community-sourced risk intelligence programs that contribute significantly to the prevention of costly safety and security incidents.

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Sources & Methods: The LiveSafe Guide to Early Warning Threat Detection and Reporting For School Safety and Security Programs

LiveSafe is pleased to announce its first major research report and guide for K-12 and higher education officials on early warning threat detection and reporting. The report, Sources & Methods: The LiveSafe Guide to Early Warning Threat Detection and Reporting For School Safety and Security Programs, is based on 18 months of interviews with more than a dozen current and former campus law enforcement professionals, former school resource officers, survivors of school shootings, university researchers, and education risk and insurance professionals.

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At Your Own Risk: The Costly Mistake of Ignoring Sexual Harassment & Assault In The Workplace

The focus of this paper is to outline existing challenges facing victims of sexual harassment and assault, and offer prevention strategies that can improve reporting rates, create more trust in the reporting process and lead to more accountability for perpetrators. Preventing sexual harassment and assault in the workplace is not only the right and moral thing to do, but it’s good for business as well.

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White Paper: The New Prevention Movement

When Fred Smith and Barry Diller say they think they’ve found a way to reduce the increasing number of risks and threats facing businesses while simultaneously improving safety and security for millions of people around the world, smart business leaders tend to stop what they’re doing and listen.

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